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The People's Palace and Winter Gardens, set in historic Glasgow Green, the oldest public space in the city, tells the story of Glasgow and its people from 1750 to the end of the 20th century. Adjacent to the People's Palace is the extravagant and...more
The People’s Palace has two floors of exhibits (lift access) that provide an over-view into the growth, challenges and triumphs of Glasgow and its people over the last 200+ years. Allow 2 hours to have a really good look around. Free admission.
The food and the gardens are wonderful here. I had the best Lentil soup I have ever had, and the ice cream was quite enjoyable. The gardens are beautiful. The museum itself was nice to see, but not overly exciting if you are not from...More
What a nice spot for a good book and a coffee/tea. Easy to spend a while just sitting on a bench in the conservatory area. Great museum about real people (not dukes/lords!) and authentic life in Glasgow. Wonderful people greeting visitors and being helpful, as...More
This museum is very interesting because it's about people's history which doesn't occur in most of the other museums. A lot of reality shown without hiding, starting from beginning of industrialisation in Scotland until recent days in 20th century. On the other hand a winter...More
it really lives up-to its name..its all about the people of Glasgow. The history( even the dark side of history), beautifully displayed. learn so much things about the efforts taken by the city to improve itself and how it changed from a dirty little town...More
We used the Glasgow hop on hop off bus to reach here and there is a bus stop right outside. The museum part is set over 3 floors with small and interesting displays . The gardens are exotic and definitely worth a look . There...More